2018 Ford Edge consumer reviews

$29,315–$31,310 MSRP range
side view of 2018 Edge Ford
92% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.7
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A gas hog with very uncomfortable leather seats

The V6 gets poor mileage around town and the the leather seats are very uncomfortable. I traded it in after a month of driving it for the lower trim level with the smaller engine and more comfortable cloth seats.


Love my 2018 Ford Edge Titanium

I was looking at Ford Escapes and came across the Ford Edge. I loved the style and that it had more cargo space than the Escape but couldn't afford the price of a new Edge Titanium. Luckily I found one used. I got a great deal and am very pleased with my car! Plenty of room for a family of 5!


This is my second Ford Edge! Love this car!

I love this car, but am disappointed in the quality of the seat belt. I've never had a seat belt not work in any other car I've owned.


What a Difference!!

Just traded a 2016 Edge SEL with (5500 miles) and a 2.0 Eco boost nicely equipped for a 2018 Sport with the V6 all wheel drive with (4500) miles..well you cant compare them so far!!! Just a whole different vehicle,it is just outstanding. Feels like your driving a real SUV. Handling ,suspension,power...Just great if anything changes i will keep you updated. Saying that this did cost me more LOL but so far it was worth it!!!


Bought an Edge Sport

Bought an Edge Sport coming out of a Porche Macan. I was ready for a steep drop off but it has been great! Not as fast of course, but comfortable and powerful enough for me.


Nice looking

the rear lift gate comes down on my head when I load anything in the back. This creates problems for my wife and myself . This problem needs to be fixed


The last good Edge

It took me some time (months) to figure out which vehicle would be the perfect fit for me and my family. I didn't want a 3rd row as we only have 2 children, plus the bulk of an full size SUV wasn't really attractive. I wanted a vehicle with a good size of cargo space though, so the mid-size range of SUV's was were I started looking. The biggest issue with the current models is the engine. The 4 cylinders are simply no good. I wanted a V6 with a nice acceleration and so, it came down to the Edge Titanium I've chosen. It's fully loaded with a beautiful panoramic vista moonroof. The interior is spacious and the handling is smooth. On the interstate, it shows off its V6 turbo charged engine quite well and you don't feel like driving a SUV at all. I could go on and about all the options, but the bottom line is: the Edge is perfect for a small family, especially if you buy the top-tier titanium model.


Right size for us

This vehicle is stylish- has great safety features - has a quiet and smooth ride- and the tech is user friendly. Not too big and not too small.


Extremely roomy

The legroom in both front and back is remarkable. I do wish the seats were a little wider and deeper for the driver but that's a very minor issue. I especially like the quiet ride and the fast pickup from the engine.


Very comfortable until you drive it!

This car is very comfortable until you drive it. At about 2000 miles a vibration in the gas pedal started and has continued to get worse. The car handles like you’re driving a bus, it’s all over the road and shutters as you accelerate through 40 mph making long distance driving miserable. The dealership says there is nothing wrong with the car and has done nothing to rectify the problem. Thank goodness it a lease!